Angers vs Brest Match Review

Angers vs Brest Match Review

August 20, 2022 Sports Betting

Angers vs Brest Match Review

Angers will face Brest on Sunday in an attempt to record their first victory of the season after drawing their first two Ligue 1 contests.

The visitors have also failed to pick up three points this year, and they now lie below their opponents in the standings, giving them a chance to catch up this weekend.

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 Angers vs Brest Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Angers 2.30 2.32 2.36
Brest 3.20 3.10 3.22

 Angers vs Brest Tips and Prediction

Angers began their season with a dull draw against Nantes, and they followed that up with another point-sharing agreement with their opponents in their most recent game.

They maintained their unbeaten start to the season thanks to goals from Lois Diony and Amine Salama, which will be boosting team morale.

Angers drew 11 games last season, which is one of the reasons they did not continue to play well and climb the league standings, where they ultimately finished fourteenth.

The hosts have a good opportunity of moving up the division and, if other results go their way, possibly into the European spots, if they can pick up three points on Sunday.

Following the first two games of the season, the visitors have only been able to accumulate one point, and they are still looking for their first victory.

Brest’s season began with a five-goal thriller in which they lost to Lens after giving up three goals to Florian Sotoca.

Haris Belkebla and Romain Del Castillo’s goals in the second half nearly ensured the team’s comeback, but it was too little, too late.

In their subsequent matchup against Marseille, Michel Der Zakarian’s team was able to salvage a point as they rallied from behind to tie thanks to a second-half goal from Pierre Lees-Melou.

The fact that Brest recently defeated their opponents in a preseason friendly will no doubt give them confidence despite the fact that they have yet to win this season.


This weekend, both sides will be attempting to score their first victory of the year, and the knowledge that their rivals have yet to accrue three points may give them some encouragement. In the first two games, Angers has been the more reliable of the two sides, and this might carry over into the match.